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The preceding numbers are my filing system numbers for the transcriptions.
Take note of the number(s) with the name in which you are interested and then,
 if necessary, refer to the KEY page (link above) to identify the transcription(s).

TIP Use all the different spellings of the surname, concentrate on one parish at a time, put
       what you find into date order  If  there are many different first names with an entry it might
       help to buy the Clwyd FHS transcription - see their publications page. Also it is possible to
       download and print a research request formr from their website.  

* = a first name; or a surname used as a first name e.g. *123 Ronald Jones PARKES
otp = of this parish
wcof = with consent of friends
wcop = with consent of parents
Wits. = Witnesses (ie to a marriage)
(x) made his/her mark

A+B+C etc. = separate indexes within the transcription
BT = Bishop's Transcript
DB =Domesday Book
MIs = Monumental Inscriptions (ie from tombstones)

NLW = National Library of Wales
OE = Old English
OFr = Old French
ON = Old Norse
OW = Old Welsh
p = patronymic

XANTHE fem. yellow (Greek)
     SANTHY *383 Ruthin:  3 Feb 1705/06 mar/o Santhy GREEN otp & Elizabeth JONES otp
                                    10 Mar 1713/14 bur/o Santhy GREEN

XAVIER masc. a place name, meaning 'new house owner', 
                                 used as a first name (Spanish/Basque) -
Claremont

      SAVIOUR 294 Mold: 4 Sep 1831 bap/o Harriet d/o Philip (Private in the 53) & Jane
     
XAVIER  234 Minera: 28 Jan 1874 bap/o Catherine Ann d/o Robert (collier) & Ann, Pentrebais

XPHER see CHRISTOPHER

Xt'dd = Christionydd, Ruabon

XTIANA see CHRISTIAN

Xtionydd = Christionydd, Ruabon